Here is the e-mail I just sent out. If you would like to join this learning session, please plan to do so. I will post the Zoom info on Thursday on this blog.
One Book Synopsis: Upstream by Dan Heath
Where: on ZOOM
When: This Friday, April 3, 7:30 am
The presentation will conclude by 8:05 am
Speaker: Randy Mayeux
A number of people have requested/suggested that I present the First Friday Book Synopsis in a virtual/remote format.
So, we are on for this Friday. I do apologize for the late notice.
Here is what to expect:
I will present one synopsis, of about 30 minutes in length. I will present one of the two books I had originally planned for this Friday: Upstream: The Quest to Solve Problems Before they Happen by Dan Heath, — Yes, there wil be other problems to solve during this difficult time, and after the coronavirus problem is under control.
I will begin the synopsis at 7:30 am. So, you will have to prepare your own omelette before we begin. (And, there will be no dress code expectation for this virtual meeting).
I will send out another e-mail on Thursday, with the Zoom log-in info. And, I will provide a way for you to download the pdf of the handout. You will have to print it out yourself, which I strongly suggest that you plan to do.
Cost: I have not figured that out at all. So, this one is “free.”
But, if you would like to contribute to participate, I would welcome you to send up to $10.00 directly to me through PayPal. I am also open to input on what you think is a reasonable price point for future sessions of our remote book club.
(my e-mail address for PayPal is ).
To remind you: I will send out the e-mail on Thursday afternoon, with log-in info, and the link to download the handout.
I do hope to resume our live events as soon as possible. I will miss seeing all of you on Friday!
And, a request — since this is a “remote” synopsis, please invite your friends and colleagues who are near, and far away…
And, remember, even now, KEEP LEARNING — THERE IS ALWAYS THE NEXT NEW THING TO LEARN!
Stay safe and stay well.
You might want to read this blog post, especially: